Of 943 respondents only 22 think Labour will get into government, even as part of a coalition – rather disproving the idea that Tories are scared of Corbyn.
The result is even more emphatic than last month.
The negotiations will not require decisions of any higher magnitude than the military or security-related decisions that a Prime Minister must regularly make.
When the referendum is over, it will be politics as normal – and we still have battles to fight.
The SNP cannot now claim, having failed to win a majority at Holyrood, to have a clear mandate for constitutional change.
The most recent former Prime Minister to have done likewise was James Callaghan in 1983. Heath spent 27 years in the Commons after departing Number 10.
I will also work to make sure that when we have the result, when the people of this country have decided its future, that we still have a united Party.
It reduces the risk of fraud and motivates parties to go out and persuade the electorate that voting matters.
If a crisis in China wrecks the economy, the angry young turn out and the Corbynites up their ground game, he might do it.
That is to say, can he do so without overruling associations or locking out those currently on the candidates list?
Newspapers are stuffed with polls about Europe and Corbyn. Have they forgotten the lessons of the general election? Or have things changed?
The average Conservative majority in seats where UKIP finished second is 18,328 votes.
The presumption at this stage must be that if he is willing he should be asked.
Last week’s by-election in Oldham put a different complexion on their advances in May.
Ghost electorates will no longer boost the number of Labour constituencies.